The takeover consumes us all eventually. Some more gradual than others, some ending the phase, some swearing by it. Eventually a lady will wear a full face of makeup. Which leads me to the question: At what point do we become so subconsciously insecure of our facial appearance?
There once was a time where you could leave the house without a dab of makeup, but gradually full coverage before exiting your residence becomes a ritual. Some women even sleep in makeup, never wanting there significant other to see the naked face. It becomes so much apart of a person that they may become unrecognizable, or even appear ill without a full face.
The more we wear the makeup, the more we become critical of the imperfections of our face:
My lips are too thin
My lips are too full
Only one of my eyebrows have an arch
My eye is placed higher on the right than the left
My eyeliner is more even on the left than the right
With all of these thoughts women become obsessed with their imprefections, looking for the next FDA approved (or unapproved) cosmetic to correct the problem.
dry eyes, puffy eyes, baggy eyes, dark eyes, dark marks, sun spots, freckles, moles, pigmentation, rosacea, age spots, liquid, powder, cream, airbrush, short eye lashes, thick eyebrows, thin eyebrows, thin lips, full lips. You want to fix it? There’s something for it, head on down to your local drugstore and pick up a FIX-A-FACE kit for an affordable price that won’t break your pockets, but could save you money if you went without it!
I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvelous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well-Psalm 139:14
Just a bit of the TRUTH